Houston >MRC School of Massage
I thought this school was closed down! Don't go to it!.
Whoever developed the curriculum did a wonderful job.
It was never run very well however, on the administrative side. I would make payments on my tuition and they would lose track of my payment so that I had to prove through checks and through bank statements.
It was annoying to say the least.
Then because of circumstances beyond my control it was necessary to quit before finishing.
A few years latter, and after having paid off my previous owed balance to the school, yet again they lost all record of my payment. Making my transcripts unavailable, until I found the records to prove my legitimacy
Despite a very helpful representative who negotiated a lowered tuition to start again, (I had after-all almost completed the course previous to that point.) . It was always the owner who was the source of difficulty, and the lack of record keeping. I was not only a student, I was their paying client; and never once did I receive an apology for their lack of administration. The owner decided that the lowered tuition was too low and he refused me, despite the fact that I was just about to start.
I simply took my transcripts, which he was not even going to release to me had it not been for one of his staff that knew what he was doing was wrong.
I went on to the Phoenix School of Massage; it also had an eccentric owner. However, he was a delight so long as you were respectful.
The education at MRC was wonderful, but you stood the chance to loose all your work because of a lack of record keeping.
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